Sunday, November 08, 2009

Where life imitates art, except for the part where department heads engage in the timeless art of dysfunctional seduction at lunch

The Tennessean's Michael Cass finds remarkable parallels between his courthouse beat and last week's episode of NBC's Parks and Recreation:
Here in Metro government, the parks department got $664,000 less than it wanted for 2007-08 when the council decided to give that money to the Nashville Public Library so it could maintain its operating hours. Parks wanted to use those funds to staff several new nature and history centers, but it got outflanked in a struggle for money.

Here's the entire episode:

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